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ccording to a new study, 6th graders experience less bullying and do better academically at schools with wider grade spans.
Study after study has outlined the cognitive and social benefits of early education programs and a majority of the electorate support a federal plan that helps states and local communities provide better access to quality programs. Still, despite all the attention, not much has been done in the United States to move the needle on universal access, even as other industrialized nations are forging ahead.
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